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New Sonerila species reported from SW Philippines 23-08-23
Researchers present first pixel-scale matching degree analysis framework to quantify plant divers... 23-08-22
Study provides insight to early establishment of agroforestry systems in tropical areas 23-08-16
Tree ring data brings insight to drought variability in central Yunnan 23-08-14
Daily temperature difference is main factor influencing rubber latex yield in Xishuangbanna 23-08-03
DNA barcoding utilized for first time to identify genus Caragana in legume family 23-07-28
Human presence influences overall mammal abundance in northern Myanmar 23-07-27
Net diversification rate mainly drives species richness disparity in tropical terrestrial orchids 23-07-19
Turgor pressure limits tree growth of red cedar in tropical forest 23-07-12
Researchers investigate floral development of two legume plants 23-07-10
CONSTANS protein negatively modulates salinity tolerance in Arabidopsis 23-07-04
Researchers provide first chromosome-level genome assembly in Murraya plants 23-06-29
Temperature is key climatic factor limiting growth of Himalayan silver fir 23-06-25
Study firstly discloses conspicuous east-west differentiation pattern for the Indo-Burmese plants 23-06-20
Plant functional trait diversity increases soil organic carbon sequestration during tropical fore... 23-06-14
Artificially modulating stomatal development may improve crop stress tolerance 23-06-06
More efforts needed to protect orchids in karst forest 23-05-25
New orchid species found in Tibet 23-05-22
Too many species not recommended inter-cropping in rubber agroforestry systems 23-05-18
Study investigates reliability of cryogenic vacuum distillation technique in soil water extraction 23-05-16
Ineffective defense may lead to population collapse in honey bees 23-05-11
Lianas tend to possess large vessel dimorphism 23-05-10
New stoloniferous species of Begonia found in Yunnan 23-05-08
It's possible to save all land plants from extinction: study 23-05-06
Study sheds light on symbiont relationship between orchids and fungi 23-05-04
‘Zero Plant Extinction’ Is Possible, Says Plant Ecologist 23-05-04
Aerial root mucilage of Heterotis rotundifolia fixes atmospheric nitrogen to support plant growth 23-04-23
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